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What's New: Building Outside the Democratic Party
by Brian Jones | November 16, 2014
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, has done a great job representing his real constituents -- the finance, real-estate, and fossil-fuel industries. The rest of us haven't had the same luck: workers in New York have seen cutbacks in hospitals and classrooms and promises of more hardship to come.
by Panagiotis Sotiris | November 16, 2014
The anti-capitalist Left in Europe is in crisis. From the crisis of the International Socialist Tendency, to the political implosion of the New Anticapitalist Party in France, and from the fragmentation of the left-tendencies of Rifondazione Comunista in Italy to the inability of ANTARSYA in Greece to broaden its appeal despite the immense political shifts in Greek society.
by Tony Iltis | November 15, 2014
On November 1, protests were held worldwide in solidarity with Kobane. Protests took place in most countries on every continent. Even in Afghanistan, protests were organised in six cities by left-wing anti-occupation groups. After withstanding more than six weeks of intense siege by the terrorist group that calls itself "Islamic State", Kobane has become one of the most well-known places on the planet.
What's New: 2014 World Peace Forum #5
| November 15, 2014
Minqi Li: "The Rise of the Working Class in China" - workshop at 2014 World Peace Forum, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada, unceded Coast Salish Territory.
What's New: Chucky-bear
by Mike Constable | November 14, 2014
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Bullet #1055: Crisis and Class-Struggle in Slovenia
by Jasa Lategano | November 14, 2014
For many liberal spectators, Slovenia was for a long time considered a success story of transition from a 'socialist dictatorship' into a 'parliamentary democracy' based on a market economy. In the winter of 2012, however, mass popular uprisings swept through the larger cities and eventually brought down the far-right neoliberal government of the Slovenian Democratic Party.
by Edgardo Lander | November 13, 2014
Venezuela's failure to develop an effective strategy to reduce its economy's dependence on gas and oil threatens the social successes and future viability of the Bolivarian project.
by Charlotte Silver | November 12, 2014
On 28 October, San Francisco Bay Area activists organizing to block the unloading of Israeli shipping vessels declared their most significant victory yet: Israel's Zim Integrated Shipping Services appears to have cancelled all future shipments to the Oakland Port.
2014: So Sad December 20, 2014
Demanding End to War on Black People December 19, 2014
Impressions of Rojava: a report from the revolution December 19, 2014
What part of 'no' does Shawn Atleo not understand? December 19, 2014
Student workers 'have spoken': US labor union backs Israel boycott December 19, 2014
Union urges boycott of buying beer in cans December 19, 2014
Sony versus North Korea December 19, 2014
Belgian unions ground flights, halt trains in national strike December 19, 2014
Dick Cheney Defends the Torture of Innocents December 19, 2014
Greek radical left Syriza prepares for power under Tsipras December 19, 2014
Ukraine crisis: the neo-Nazi brigade fighting pro-Russian separatists December 18, 2014
Harper government leaves $321 million for green programs unspent December 18, 2014
Palestinian FM hails Portugal parliament motion December 18, 2014In The News archive:
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